Fishing Bear Charters
P.O. Box 56
Tenakee Springs, AK 99841
The always calm waters of Tenakee Inlet allow you to enjoy fishing without the uncomfortable queasy feeling of rougher waters.
The inlet is forty miles long and is one of the more nutrient rich inlets in southeast Alaska.
These waters attract baitfish which are followed by salmon and whales.
There are about 750,000 salmon that migrate to spawn in the rivers of our inlet.
Coho, chum and pink salmon are abundant in the fourteen rivers flowing into Tenakee inlet and may be taken in fresh or salt water.
The largest species of salmon, the chinook, feed and may be landed in salt water areas near Tenakee Springs.
Halibut are common and can be caught during the entire summer season.
Steelhead migrate into local streams during the early summer and our guide will be available to assist flyfishers in their quest.
The always calm waters of Tenakee inlet provide excellent fishing for salmon, halibut and rock fish.
Four of the five species of pacific salmon , king salmon, silver salmon, pink salmon and chum salmon are frequently caught.
All bait, fishing tackle and fish processing are included in our price. At the end of the day we prepare the freshest seafood for dinner.
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The serene beauty of the inlet, the quiet nature of the calm waters and the prolific wildlife make Tenakee Springs a kayakers paradise.
Paddle close to whales, bears, seals, and eagles. Listen to the whales on our hydrophones.
This is the best family experience you can imagine.
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Tenakee inlet is a hidden gem in the whale watching world. Humpback whales frequently pass by the town and can be observed bubble feeding while eating dinner on our deck. We have several platforms to see the whales on the water.
Orcas are also frequently seen.
They travel in different size pods from groups of six to seventy five and will be in the inlet for several hours at a time.
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